What are the first things that come to your mind when you hear the name Cara Delevingne? Brezhnev-style eyebrows, extremely pretty face, which is often grimaced, and the fact that she is a Victoria’s Secret model. Nevertheless, that is just a tip of the iceberg. Her personality is much, much deeper than that. To assure you of that, here are some facts about Cara Delevingne you probably didn’t know:
Cara started modeling at the age of 10. A famous photographer Bruce Weber made her first photoshoot for Vogue Italia.
But her big break didn’t happen till 2012. She was spotted by Burberry’s Christopher Bailey while she was working part-time in the office of ASOS.
Cara’s actual height is 5’7”, which is too short for the modeling industry. But her agency got it covered and states she is 5’9”.
Even though she’s extremely popular model, Cara states that her true passion is acting.
She has starred in several movies (from the small role in Anna Karenina to a leading role in the British Film ‘Kids in love’)
The British model tried out for the role of Alice in Tim Burton’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ but lost it to Mia Wasikowska
Despite the fact that Cara thought modeling would hinder her acting ambitions, her big-screen career is in its prime. “I never really thought about modeling. It wasn’t something I ever wanted to do. I used to always be so angry about modeling. I was always like, ‘F***, I’m never going to be able to act because I’m a model”
There were rumors that she could be the next Bond Girl.
Cara Delevingne is going to be featured in the highly anticipated upcoming movie Suicide Squad
Cara Delevingne has been romantically linked to several people including Harry Styles to his rival, British singer-songwriter Jake Bugg and even openly bisexual Michelle Rodriguez.
Rita Ora is her best friend
Cara also hangs out on a regular basis with other famous celebs such as Rihanna and Taylor Swift
The British beauty has numerous tattoos all over her body. Among them are her initials on the palm of her hand, the lion on her finger, the sign “Made In England” on her foot and others.
Here is a Cara’s tribute to her insane bacon obsession
One of her tattoos is identical to that of her friend and model Jourdan Dunn. They had them done as a sign of their friendship.
Cara’s godmother is Joan Collins, the famous English actress.
This crazy British girl has acquired the family nickname of “Monster”, which (we’ve discovered in the research for this article) is not surprising at all! She wears the nickname pretty well!
Super abilities and other fun facts
Did you think acting and modeling are the only fields where Cara is excelling? How about her singing talent?
If you’re still not head over heels in love with Cara Delevingne, then there’s obviously something wrong with you. Alright, for you die-hard cynics, how about world-class BEATBOXING from our cute and crazy Brit?
Cara’s rabbit, Cecil Bunny Delevingne, probably has more Instagram followers than you do (LOL).
She was featured in Grand Theft Auto V as a radio DJ
Cara’s actually a gamer herself, she likes to play ‘Call of Duty’ and even has a headpiece. Her username is Caradele.
She decided to trademark her name: “I did trademark my name! Because there are a lot of unscrupulous people try to steal that shit. I can’t be bothered paying money to people like that. I’m really interested in doing my own onesie line or making some sort of mark for myself in a variety of area and I’ll need my name intact for that.”
Cara has always been a tomboy: “The first time I was a bridesmaid, to my auntie, I refused to go down the aisle without my football shorts on underneath my dress.”
Tweezer sales are in decline now and Google cites her and her bold eyebrows in particular as a reason for that.
In conclusion, we offer you Cara Delevingne’s quote where she reveals the secret of her Trademark eyebrows:
“People ask me, “What’s your secret?” And I’m like, “You just don’t pluck them. It’s really simple.” I mean, I do, obviously , a little bit, because otherwise I’d have a monobrow, but it’s just about keeping them wild, keeping them free and woolly.”